D-Pad Studios, the studio behind the promising but development-troubled Owl Boy, has announced a brand new game, Vikings On Trampolines. It's one of those names with little ambiguity. Indeed, you're going to get exactly what is promised -- vikings on trampolines.
The trailer shows that it's a competitive title in which players must try to stop each other landing on the trampolines. Missing the bouncy target causes a viking to go splat. It looks like a lot of fun, with plenty of cartoon violence and opportunities for players to troll each other.
It's a less ambitious concept than Owl Boy was, so hopefully this'll come out without too much trouble. In any case, full development of this game will come after that Owl-based platformer, which is good news for those of us who have been eagerly anticipating it.
Other platformers have gone the random generation route, but not to the extent that Cloudberry Kingdom has. In fact, it's taken developer Pwnee Studios over four years to perfect the engine and game logic. After seeing it in ...more
Since the original Portal launched in 2007 there have been a slew of puzzle/shooter hybrids trying to steal the spotlight. C3 is the first one to come along that has given me pause to look at it. I spoke with Alex Rowland, o...more
Of all the Xbox One games that were revealed during Microsoft's E3 2013 press conference, it was Capybara's Below that had me the most excited for the next-gen system. How could I not be? After all, Capy has had a track recor...more